The man who saw Frankenstein cry

The man who saw Frankenstein cry


Original title: El hombre que vio llorar a Frankenstein
Production: Scifiworld; La Cruzada Entertainment; Waldemar Media
Country: Spain
Director: Ángel Agudo
Script: Ángel Agudo
Photography: Aitor Uribarri
Music: Enrique García
Year: 2010
Duration: 60
Genre: Biographical documentary
Color: Color
Original language: Spanish
Languages available: English-Spanish (mixed)
Subtitles: English (for Spanish dialogs) and Spanish (for English dialogs)
Oficial Website: http://www.thescifiworld.com/TMWSFC

Synopsis:

 As it can be seen in his home letter box, Jacinto Molina was two people at the same time. On one hand, he was the furrier’s son from Postas street in Madrid and the young man who almost went to Rome and Tokyo Olympic Games.On the other hand, Paul Naschy, the myth who signed autographs for hours in New York and Los Angeles and the one who received a call from Steven Spielberg asking him for copies of his films.

Hosted by the american director and screenwriter Mick Garris (Masters of Horror, The Stand, The Shining), THE MAN WHO SAW FRANKENSTEIN CRY revises the career of both aspects, intermingling them in order to explain how Paul Naschy figure would have never existed without the thousands of anecdotes that make up Jacinto Molina’s biography.

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